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Game over - this time Pavel Durov really has left VK
Game over - this time Pavel Durov really has left VK
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It seems that the founder of Russia's #1 social network has finally been ousted. Here's how and why. 

Moscow IT students would prefer to work for Yandex
Moscow IT students would prefer to work for Yandex
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36.5% of students profiled want to work for Yandex, compared to 10.7% for Mail.ru, but 50% don't have a preference. &...

Going, going, gone - Pavel Durov quits VK
Going, going, gone - Pavel Durov quits VK
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The founder of Russia's #1 social network has left, citing pressure to betray the project's founding principles.

So where exactly is Crimea? Yandex isn't sure.
So where exactly is Crimea? Yandex isn't sure.
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On Yandex's Russian maps service Crimea is part of Russia, but on its English language service it's still in Ukraine....

Internet companies increase TV-ad spending
Internet companies increase TV-ad spending
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In 2013 web companies spent $57 million on TV-advertising, which corresponds to 1% of the total.

How oligarchs and bureaucrats control the Russian internet
How oligarchs and bureaucrats control the Russian internet
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This map brings to life the complex web of partnership, ownership and influence behind the internet in Russia.

My.com releases fourth mobile game
My.com releases fourth mobile game
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Mail.ru's US-based subsidiary launches "Evolution: Battle for Utopia" for IOS, with an Android version to come.

The biggest, richest and best of Runet
The biggest, richest and best of Runet
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This infographic ranks the top Russian internet companies and investors. No prizes for guessing who's number one.

Hello America - You've got Mail.ru
Hello America - You've got Mail.ru
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One of Russia's big-2 internet firms has launched My.com as it tries to break into the English-speaking world.

Qiwi's managers add their own shares to upcoming sale
Qiwi's managers add their own shares to upcoming sale
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These shares, along with those already commited by Mail.ru Group and Mitsui, bring the total offering to 9.42 million.

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